Inspiration Design Stained Glass Front Door
Stained glass front door vet ever wondered if you can insert a stained glass window in a door, the short answer is yes. Along with sunlight, windows create a rainbow of light that flows through your front door. There are many options; However, consider the style of the door when deciding on the shape and size of the window-glass.
When you insert a stained glass front door, consider installing the windows directly into an existing window. You can have a cutting window glass colors to suit the size of the existing window. Clean the window clear glass thoroughly before installing the windows. Apply double-sided tape around the perimeter of the glass. Press the window set in place, holding it there for several seconds to ensure the tape adheres properly. Paste the circumference of the stained glass window with masking tape, leaving about 1/8 inch between the edge of the window and door trim. Apply a thin bead of caulk around the window; use your finger to smooth out any excess putty. Work quickly, because the putty to dry quickly. Also, remove the tape before the caulk to dry completely.
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Although it is possible to find a stained glass front door to suit your specific needs, you may also have a cutting window-glass to your specifications. Conversely, if you are artistic, you can make your own window. Craft stores may offer classes to teach you how to create a masterpiece of stained glass by adhering pieces of colored glass in lead frames. Your local window will have more information on where to find the glass and drive to make a window.